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Tribune reporterDespite deep state budget cuts, the state’s child-welfare agency has reached an agreement with a watchdog group to lower caseloads for frontline workers who investigate critical hotline calls alleging abuse and neglect. The Illinois Department of...
The state's child welfare agency has reached an agreement with a watchdog group to lower troubling caseload levels for workers who investigate hotline calls alleging abuse and neglect. The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services plans to...
Q13 FOX News reporterThree drownings in 10 months -- and some are saying enough is enough on Lake Tapps. The mother of one victim said Tuesday these deaths should be a wake-up call. She wants to end swimming on the lake altogether. Marcus Henderson is the latest victim to...
Tags: Politics, Lakes and Ponds, Lobbying
CORONADO, Calif. -- Coronado's Spreckels Mansion has been a staple of the community for decades. However, for the last year it has been associated with one incident. The death of 32-year-old Rebecca Zahau. On July 13th, 2011, Zahau was found hanging...
The Hartford CourantA two-year-old gas oven sits, like new, in the kitchen of a residence retired pediatrician and neonatologist Robert Harris of West Hartford uses only on Friday nights and Saturdays for the Jewish Sabbath. It's not the oven he thought he was getting,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown resident Rick Curry did not hide his opposition Monday to the expansion of gambling in Maryland. “People have enough addictions already,” he said. “We have lotteries, tip jars and scratch-offs.” Curry, 50, was among...
When Crystal Valdez brought her son Christopher to the emergency room last July, a doctor quickly suspected the boy hadn't been hurt in the way his mom claimed. The bright-eyed 3-year-old with a shock of brown hair and a fascination with superheroes...
Chicago Tribune reportersD'Andre Howard left plenty of clues that he was on a dangerous path before he was accused of killing three members of a Hoffman Estates family, but state officials and outside agencies failed to act on those warnings, a new report concludes. Howard's...
Fred Pennix recently drove into Chicago's crime-ridden Englewood neighborhood to check on two of the nearly 40 families under his watch as a state child-protection investigator. It was a holiday but, worried about the children's safety, he was going to...
Tags: Cook County, Abusive Behavior, AFSCME, Chicago, Englewood
24 FramesRoman Polanski, a director who has had extensive personal experience with a justice system he and supporters believe wronged him, will make a movie about another exceptionally high-profile trial: the Dreyfus affair. Polanski will direct “D,” a...
COSTA MESA — The city has settled a federal lawsuit filed by a man who claimed a police officer arrested him after planting fraudulent evidence. The multimillion dollar lawsuit was settled for $150,000. The settlement protects the city from further...
Tags: Laws, Justice System, Cocaine, Punishment, Litigation
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